Maine Coast Sea Vegetables


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Easy Ways to Use Seaweed Flakes, Granules and Powder


(Raw) Kelp (L. digitata) Granules & Powder

A Nutrition-packed Drink: Mix 1-2 tsp. into water, stir and drink as soon as possible (it will form a gel in less than a minute). Chase with juice. Or try mixing directly into juice.

Drink variations: Mix with any dehydrated green, purple, red or orange drink mix. (An example is barley grass drink, which is especially alkalinizing).

Smoothies: Blend 1-2 tsp. of powdered Kelp into any smoothie.

Kelp & EFA’s: Mix 1-2 tsp. Kelp with water and ground flax seeds, ground chia seeds (sold under various names, including "anutra" or "mila"), ground hemp seeds or hemp protein powder. For a broad spectrum of nutrition, include all ingredients in one glass.

Salad dressings: Add to any oil-and-vinegar (or oil-and-lemon juice) based dressing, homemade or premade. It will somewhat emulsify the dressing and make it a bit green. Suggested ¼ tsp. per serving.

Make your own dressing suggestion:
One serving:
¼ tsp. kelp powder
1 tbsp. rice vinegar
2 tbsp. toasted sesame oil
½ tsp. Herb & Duxelles Powder*
Optional:
½ tsp. Frontier brand chopped dried mushrooms

*Herb & Duxelles Powder is a blend of herbs, shiitake and other powdered mushrooms. To order.

(non-Raw) Kelp Granules & Powder

Add to beans and other legumes: start with ½ tsp. of Kelp granules or powder per cup of uncooked beans. Add more if you like the flavor. This will turn the broth green and a bit gel-like. For canned beans, add ¼ tsp. when heating. More info and recipes

Kelp and Grains: Add ¼ to ½ tsp. per uncooked cup of any grain. Reduce or eliminate salt. Or sprinkle on already-cooked grain.

Kelp Condiment: Grind with toasted sesame seeds to make a condiment.

Kelp Popcorn: Sprinkle Kelp or Dulse granules or powder on popcorn, with other seasonings.

Dulse Flakes

Salad: Sprinkle on top of green salad (pretty!), add to Waldorf Salad, or to any salad. Particularly good with lots of celery.

Dulse Cheese: Mix in with your favorite soft cheese. (The cheese can be soy, dairy, or nut cheese).

Condiment: Put in a condiment dish on table to add to any grain or veggie dish.

Dulse Hummus: Mix 1-2 tsp. into Hummus. More info and recipe

Dulse Tapenade: Add to any Tapenade or Bruschetta recipe. More info and recipes

Dulse Pesto: Add 1-2 tsp. to parsley pesto, cilantro pesto, or sundried tomato pesto.

Dulse compatibility: Goes well with parsley, celery, belgian endive or garlic.

Instant Pickle: Slice or chop cucumber. Put in glass jar with chopped garlic, Dulse flakes, Ume vinegar to cover (or any other vinegar), plus some salt. Refrigerate and eat as desired (lasts 10 days).

Tempe Tuna Salad: Steam a package of tempe. Crumble or mash to preferred texture. Add ¾ cup chopped celery, small chopped red onion, 1/3 cup chopped walnuts. Mix in mayonnaise (soy or regular) and 1 tsp. of prepared mustard, to taste. Add 2 tbsp. Dulse Flakes (to taste), cracked paper and fresh crushed garlic (or garlic powder).

Dulse Granules & Powder

Salad dressings: Add to salad dressing (see Kelp, above, for more suggestions).

Dulse Garlic Bread: Spread bread with olive oil or butter. Top with our Dulse with Garlic Sea Seasonings, or mix garlic with Dulse Granules. Warm in toaster oven, oven or pan.

Simple Dulse: Sprinkle on any cooked grain.

Dulse Popcorn: Sprinkle on popcorn with your favorite seasonings. (Our favorite: Nutritional yeast, olive oil, lemon Pepper, and Dulse Powder/Granules)



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